What better way to see London than by a black taxi?
Black Taxi Tours of London offer personalised and flexible private guided sightseeing tours of London in the comfort of an iconic London black cab.
Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, The Tower of London and Tower Bridge – London really is full of fantastic sights for you to see. On a Black Taxi Tour of London, you can sit back and enjoy the tour and listen to an entertaining commentary from your friendly driver/guide.
Sightseeing in London with those who know it best – London taxi drivers!
Who better to guide you through the streets of London than a fully qualified and highly experienced black cab driver? London’s cab drivers make the perfect personal guides – their inside knowledge of London is unsurpassed.
With your own personal driver guide, you’ll see London at your own pace. You can stop whenever you like to take photos, you can decide how long you want to spend at each tourist attraction and you can even book your own customised itinerary!
London’s taxi drivers must have “The Knowledge” – and have taken the toughest taxi exam in the world. Drivers know every alley, street and short cut in London, as well as London’s historic sights, palaces, museums, galleries, shops and markets.
Once you’ve enjoyed a Black Taxi Tour of London, you may wish to arrange one of our Special Themed Tours of London or a Day Tour outside the capital. Whatever you choose, Black Taxi Tours will help make your stay in London extra special.
Choose from any of these Black Taxi Tours
Sightseeing and Christmas Lights Tours
Themed London Tours
A selection of special interest tours for all the family. Great fun!
Tours Outside London
Visit some of England’s beautiful and historical sites.
Bespoke London Tours
Have an idea for your own tour? No problem! We can create a tailor-made tour just for you.
This quirky little pub sits on the corner of Queen Victoria Street and New Bridge Street.
The Art Nouveau wedge shaped building occupies the site of the old Blackfriars Dominican Friary, which stood here from 1217 to 1538…
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